Talent and hard work is one thing that a lot of Nigerians are known for. Despite how dreary things look in society, there would always be those who get motivated to harness their talents.
Truly, this world is a canvas to our imagination as art is the expression of what we feel and seeing a woman in this field is inspiring.
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Princess Adinnu, a Nigerian female talented artist, has recently warmed the hearts of many Nigerian social media users with her legitimate creative side of hustle.
This shows that women entrepreneurs are not slacking anymore as they have risen to their feet to do better what some men have abandoned.
Adinnu Adaeze, is a beautiful young lady of 25-year-old from an average family of 4 in Njikoka local government area, Anambra state.
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She is a graduate of Public Administration though Currently working as a technical assistant of a committee in National Assembly and also as an entrepreneur (CEO Fabloz Artistry) in Abuja.
In an interview with Entrepreneurreporters about her profession, She said: ” Art is a therapy and a way of relating to people without having to say a word and that’s why I chose arts instead of poetry as a means to speak to people”.
Recently, she posted the painting of herself on twitter which got many attention, various likes and re-tweets.
She said, “I pictured myself in that position, I call it the “Goddess” position while I Painted it. I made use of oil paint and a few drops o acrylics to achieve that masterpiece.
” When I Made the painting, Some sounded perplexed, some were confident in me because they know I could do that and more, some were busy sending in their best wishes and prayers.
“At first my dad and brother wondered what I was doing when I tried to sketch myself in that position, they weren’t certain about what I was creating not until a few hours later when they saw the outcome, they just smiled at it and wished me well.
She added that she has been silently nursing the passion for artistry from childhood though she didn’t have the opportunity to fully express it.
In 2018, after her National Youth Service Corps (NYSC)in the national assembly, she took the bold step of going fully into it.
According to Adaeze, there has been no special treatment for her as a lady but one thing that keeps her going is the belief she has in herself and her work.
She explained further that she was just adoring her look in front of the mirror in the morning, she then decided to make a painting of herself in the same position. She said, “Self Love automatically inspired my Self portrait.
“As a female artist in Nigeria, I see a future void of any form of gender molestation, incessant economic recession, and flippant leadership.
A future where the gap between the have and the have-not is slim and above all a future where young talents are encouraged rather than ignored.
Adaeze, who is a member of the Female Artists Association Of Nigeria (FEAAN) see this has her greatest achievement so far because she has been exposed to so many exhibitions by the association and had one in march 2020 and last week being 6th of August 2020.
She has also been involved in several competitions hosted by Life In My City Art in Abuja.
Being an artist has really been a fulfilling experience for her because she got to do what she has a passion for.